Fairfield Inn & Suites Elizabeth City
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... enough with sufficient power. So they designed one, made it, tested it and then got it and the plane all the way to the Outer Banks by train, boat and donkey! What genius.
This very Northern end of the Outer Banks is the most upmarket with less sand, more trees, wild Banks ponies, classy shops and restaurants. We had a wonderful meal at the Northbank Raw Bar. Sue had shrimp (prawns) steamed in front of her while I had rockfish (striped bass). ...
Busy morning for us today. We were up at 6am and have the sunrise photos to prove it! cooked some breakfast and even grilled a pork loin that had been defrosting. Had the time and I know the next few days would be busy. We entered the lock with a sailboat. Bob the Lock attendant was taking our lines and giving direction on how the process would go. After the basin filled and the lock was ...
... offered to drive us to a local country cooking spot named Andy’s. This was exactly what had been on Beau’s mind so we had good food & good company. After dinner we had a handful of chores to complete before we could go out & explore the most populated place we’d been since we started the trip. Later that night we checked out this hidden bar & restaurant named Grouper’s. It had a very well-designed logo ...
... afternoon. We have posted a few pictures and hope you enjoy viewing them. We are currently in Powells Point, NC. In case you haven't found it, there is a place for you to leave comments if you would like. As they say back home " talk at y'all later". These pictures were taken along route 158 enroute to the Outer Banks. The "Grave Digger" is used in several Monster Truck shows every year. Once again I must say that I am very proud of Vickie and the effort she is making on this ...
... into Elizabeth City around noon today, and the Mariner's Wharf offers 48 hours of free dockage for transient boaters. The dock situation was a slip set up, which we don't have as much experience with. As the conditions were pretty favorable, Pete decided he wanted to go stern in as opposed to bow, the easier way. It took us a couple of tries to get it lined up just right, but the third time was a charm and Pete backed us in perfectly. After a little stretch of ...